Reader Photos 2022 | Part 4

These are some of the beautiful photos of 2022’s Washington DC cherry blossom bloom that were submitted by Cherry Blossom Watch readers. This is part 4.

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These are some of the beautiful photos of 2022's cherry blossoms that have been submitted by Cherry Blossom Watch readers.

This is part 4 and the final installment for this year. You can find the earlier posts here, here, and here.

There have been hundreds of photos submitted, and it's a shame I can't publish all of them. I'm sure you'll agree there are some beautiful shots!

A big thank you again to those who have submitted photos of the 2022 cherry blossoms to share!

Photo of Washington DC Cherry Blossoms.
Photo by Alyssa Long
Photo of Washington DC Cherry Blossoms.
Photo by Kelly Hogan
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Photo by Trang Cao
Photo of Washington DC Cherry Blossoms.
Photo by Jayshree Gupta Kumar
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Photo by Tammie Overton
Photo of Washington DC Cherry Blossoms.
Photo by Kathy Paradis
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Photo by Gabrielle Weiss
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Photo by Jennifer Huynh
Photo of Washington DC Cherry Blossoms.
Photo by Lena Kang
Photo of Washington DC Cherry Blossoms.
Photo by Rita Harvey
Photo of Washington DC Cherry Blossoms.
Photo by Clarissa Bing
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Photo by Jennifer Ho
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Photo by Carolyn Pugh
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Photo by Lisa Dang
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Photo by Ram Neelakandan
Photo of Washington DC Cherry Blossoms.
Photo by Liwei Zhu
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Photo by Raisa Marshall
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Photo by Sheila Tehranchi
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Photo by Arefeh Ameli
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Photo by Denise Candelaria
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Photo by Mev Ong
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Photo by Meera Ambilkar
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Photo by Rhonda Warner
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Photo by P. Leelanutr
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Photo by Theresa Murphy-Roush
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Photo by Evan English
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Submitted by Angela Hummel (photo taken by 12-year-old niece Karlee)
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Photo by Sheila Zagala
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Photo by Mary Orr
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Photo by Yuyi Cheng
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Photo by Asima Godinho
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Photo by Renata Revesz
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Photo by Tahira Dosani
Photo of Washington DC Cherry Blossoms.
Photo by Tahira Dosani
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Photo by Mahendra
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Photo by Kelly Hogan
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Photo by Lauren Mathes
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Photo by Athena Plichta

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1 thought on “Reader Photos 2022 | Part 4”

  1. Fantastic image share annually by public. I like the interactive website you have built. I can enjoy it and not travel there to see how beautiful Washington, DC.

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